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Daily Archives: July 17, 2016

Guyana begins overhaul of Foreign Service

Foreign Affairs Minister, Carl Greenidge on Monday announced the overhaul of Guyana’s foreign service, with the hiring of several former diplomats as advisors and the recruitment of a number of others to head the country’s diplomatic missions. “This enables us to capitalize on the experiences that have been accumulated in the past in terms of policy formulation and the like ...

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AFC not sidelining APNU; “integrity” key to preserving AFC identity- Ramjattan

Leader of Guyana’s Alliance For Change (AFC), Khemraj Ramjattan has sought to assure top party members and others working in government that they were not being sidelined by their coalition partner in government, even as he touted integrity as a main plank on which his party’s identity would be preserved. “It is maintaining the integrity of our individual leadership. That is paramount ...

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City Hall still searching for space to put Stabroek Square vendors

City Mayor, Patricia Chase-Green on Sunday said the Mayor and City Councillors were still searching for space to place vendors who are temporarily plying their trade on a plot of land at the corner of Hadfield and Lombard Streets. Chase-Green’s position contrasts with what sources said was active consideration that was being given by Sugrim to grant an extension for ...

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Six floors and no more… City Hall and CHPA not budging

City Mayor, Patricia-Chase Green on Sunday remained adamant that no permission would be granted for the seventh floor to be constructed on a building at Robb and Camp Streets, despite repeated cries by the owner that a call-centre investor might pull out and thousands of prospective jobs would be lost. “My understanding from the (City) Engineer and I have seen ...

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